Many residents who want to change the way Everett districts are represented on the City Council recently posted signs in their yards throughout the city, such as this one on Colby Avenue. (Sue Misao / Herald file)

Many residents who want to change the way Everett districts are represented on the City Council recently posted signs in their yards throughout the city, such as this one on Colby Avenue. (Sue Misao / Herald file)

Everett voters to decide whether to create council districts

The City Council has unanimously agreed to put the proposed change on the November ballot.

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